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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Wednesday, October 25, 1916. AN INDEPENDENT NEWSI A I El the Hibuijucrqu? morning journal Pubilthvd ( th JOURNAL PUBLISHINI CO. I I A MAITIIRRXON PraaManl W. 1 McCHElllllT . ...Builn.M Himcr IL ) D. Mr A LUSTER Nawi Editor A. KUROAN CUf illl"i M. rox Baiter HMlfffl I, Ill .t n 0. J. AMIKHMIN. Mm.,... n. lll.hj . ( lili (, III. rMlrrr KrprrvriifHllr ktllii K Ml I l i. AN, H lrk Knar. Nt York. Bntrd SSSCSSl r iaaa miilir At the poctorrtr of Allunuirqua, N. M . under Art of OHMIW "f Marc h 1 IITf. LOTSM :ri ulatlon limn ttoy otlinr ppr In MJi w M.ilco: Th only po r in Naw gtotlen ImimnI every riav In the rear TKIIMR lit" IUMCR1PT10N IHIIr. kf carrier or lr mall, one month. 7'" Tearlf. In advana 17.10 notice to tuMCntBIRI RSSSSrgSSfS to the Journal when writing lo have their paper changeil tu a new ad dreea muat he aure I ii give the old addreaa "1 ha Morning Journal haa a hlghar olrou lottos rating than la airnrdrd to any other paper In New Mailc. " 1 ha A mar ban Newapaper Mrertory. T'lIK JUI'KNAI, Inken rind print a sixty hour mid (hlity minutes hi exclusively Ahhio liili'd Irisa le:t win- service each week. No oilier newspupcr published In New Mexico ttilie more than twenty four hour f Associated Press service durliiK I lie week. V BDNKflDAY OCTOBER IS, Ml I As', I. MINIM WORK M l I V SAIIV. TWO weeks In ii short HIM, l-iil nun ii ou in' done during that Una (Of Did salvation of Ni'W Mexpn. Two in from today, wgetudl know who has Avon III the state whether Hip pOOp Pi of NOW Mexico in ! to Iiiiv' piogici.sive mil cum i nun nl, with cv iy ii.. ii ii strung (Ton Ihe taxpayers ispclidcd fur I hit InlcrcM of IIiii pro pi.. HI I'll- 1 1) tot ill Ion of Iiohh lull uiih 1 1 j . - publla office looked upon pn.nl" n r in mill public hinds for rewarding political I Hu ll K II used chiefly bench man 'IIip Issue In siiinrely Infold vottra, it mi before them in mill tiny chose lite better nii. bmmN dangerous port of the ticket nominate, in tiip teM Vegse cfwivtn tion wm defeated, 'rim reeult was Ihn Inauguration of n progressive itii (or public roads, public schools. Hint'' i diicutionut, pcn.il mnl charitable In fctlUitlpM, Under the direction 'if 'hi' governor, n vsleni of public 11110111111111,' COffl" rnenced Mid, n made no difference whether Hip men IiII wire ibmneriiln hi republicans, Ihpn- wiim InslHtniice upon honesty mid economy In Hip lollllHKPIIil'Ilt of pn, lie business. Hut Hie legislature, owing to the unecrupuloui iiistrh iiuk mode b) the constitution for the purpote of Iniur iiik republloen majorities, lum been hitavliy "repuhlloiin slime statehood WM BOh loved, What thp iinjus up I poitlotinifUlH, mutln ly Hip toiiHlllii- ii'iti felled di "iih done wttti p.miI- rnl rllNi'Petanl f"t the Will of Hie pee j pin u.s pxprpHNi'd nt Hip hullol Pox, by meeni of trumped up eonteeta. in no Mnii' ever win' there more llertiuj Initenoee of InjuetkM then in tin' uneeetlni of Benetor Romero, of Socorro county, for the purpoee of eeourlni twothrie in Hir eenete, end Mil. Ill (.Ill s in I. I I ii in difficult o Imoclne a omhH dote for tin preetdencji dleki ling for I Otoe, with any mm m oi naiiUatloii. bmMd upon hiH ejreemeni to felloe ipitiun pniKy toward u foretfrn na tion. So mini willitH Mr. Hiilihpa oi Mr. VVllnon to Insult (iirmany, Mit pypry man In Antpilr.i, erhoee Uatereftl Md not fliet with Hip hiipcphb of OttO nidi' or the Other In the war, want", who pyer la ptealdtnt, to look fjtst of (ill, i. ml nil Hif time, at the Intereet thti oeuiitrjr, Kiiim firt to hut, preetdenl wii non tiaa etood eo.ua rely for the rlfhti of Hip I'nltPd StatiH inidi-r ItitiTiui- tlonal law. Thp men who went into the oonferenoe with Mr. Hucnop were Hip an me men who Juntlfleil (lermnny in Kinking the LUeltAntO, nnd any oth- r whip carrying euppllei to epemlefl of (lerttuiny. They lire JuM iih mUeh in favor of 'he reeunption of ruth Ion ubmarine warfnro by Oermanyt an Ik von TtrpltE u 'hat they demand of Mr hukIips Ik that if fleeted, Great Britain I l.e piolillilled from Inlerfi'ilng with A III'-rli -ii II mail and Amerli-all eoni- merce, even if thooe mella ami oom- metre rally aid and romfort lo Hip i nenlee of Qreat Hriiain. The fast that Abraham Uncoln Inalated upon every rlghl for the federal govern mnii during the Divll war thai Bni land now aaeunea, doea not apptal to Mr. O'Leary and hla pro-'iei man of" ganlaatlon, Tin- feot thai in the ur rytng out of her policy, England baa committed no m t which oan no! oe Ki-nle, for In dollare ami renin, makes no difference with them, II Ii not Hip honor ami the dignity of the Unit" ni Pxatee theae men eeek, but to beita. HI i let luiinyjlui infills war. A jllHl beat m ill iniiel v mx v pa I married hi" tilth wife. ii Nat Goodwin by one took tl Is I him a i young long Hon- nan yet, .id ii.. ilnt, i it. iv ii.i.iNt. Tin: woiion. Tin- nliorl and pohv way ullh Hie ifiii, Mm oh, thoee hiohammedan trlbei of The llhe 8ulU inrhipelaKo acoulrod In United State as pan of tin. Philip pine group, was thought, al lust, to be with machine gune, Hut under thia policy Hie eforoa remained about as pernlcloualy primitive ami mur dei mis as ai flret. Now Hie lloeki'fi'lli-i foundalloti I propoaea, in co-operation with tw ! Philippine government, to see what . it ran do by klndneaa am) real help. 1 ii plana lo eend kpoolaHy trained phy- lelolant ami oureei to atiow the na-1 I llyes how their liven run v he niiitlo j freer from ihe ravagMMi of dlaeaia. rfookworm, malaria and mans' aile Ilea of evi- and skin il Incase me piey- ah nl In Hip a I ililpilago. i Tin- foundation win uaa tart ntni j ittndnegg, ertM give free treatment, and i win teach the rudlmenta or dleeeae I prevention, it ik hoped "1H way in win ihe (liendehtp ami eonlfdenoo of Ihe Morns, and to stun I Ik-mi on a march upward toward better civili- Izatlon. itut thoae who me trying tiio new method nniHt reailaa thai there in no "short and easy way'' With Hie Moron, or with other human beluga low in WHEN GHatEK MEETS GREEK , -eat f 4- , .,$,."1 " 3' , r .1 y ' , ,ii If .-.' ,e" J Ml 1 .10 r -K . ' ;., .... --. 5 W : 1 ' ' " '-?V I ( . ,..,.:,-, f ... I,..,.., jrimF. mi "aj. "SM -tEi.roe.j'. - -.' - -jtXX.SaK. . r : American Anthropological aaaoclatlon, tin. American Polk'Lore eoclety and Motion II of the Amerlean Association f..r the Advancement of Science, was I received by Hie museum today. I lie llll'i lltleTH Will HI' a 1 .KIH-i i' .m Mum "f Natural History. New Vork city, Decefn ber 26 to "9. Due tor Edgar I.. Hewetl wan (o- ,a v Invited lii mldics.s the Aineilcan Phlloeophical eoclety at Phlladelplya I tecember or April on the worg or ihe School of American Arcnaeoioay. The eoclety la the oldest eelenttfic body in 'tic United States, having hei n founded by Benjamin i'lanklin. The Misses MrCord of Parte, art lets xprct to epena tne summer m ami exhibited w itn ins mh- t K,. exhibit in the Palace of Hie Governom, left last evening for New fork City. The following regiatered rU Hie mu seum Roy. a. Carpenter, Denver; A. s Adams, Sharon Springe, Kan.; Har- Itaker, Charles Fox, tikiaiioma t'itv; Mrs. George Blocum ami Doys, Scranton, Pa.; J. w, Stenson, to Plata, n. M.; Adcle J, Hotchklss, Ni agara rails. N. v.; Jennie s. Pierce, Niagara Palla, N. Y.; W. C. Slmpaon, Doming; B, U Gorman, Smith, Mont.: iv T. Mcrritt, Duluth, Minn.; E. A. I, ma n, Cheyenne, Wyn.; Mary T. fteed, Flushing, Mich.; f, F. Towhe and Wife, Glol e, Ariz.; C. B. Si limid and son, New Vork: Lucas Huran, . ... A . v m I a il a ii 1 1, i'ii Igcberlnno Sanehea, A. B. Trujlllo, Ar royo, BCvO, .x. l ; ' . 1 1 "mr, iwwr well Herbert Swift, Helen: !. A. Frledeil bloom, Ruldoso; Ii. V. Lewis, ' Magdalena, N. M.; Roy C, Chopin party, Detroit, Mich. HEALTH HID EOTjllll-l But Carclui Built Up Her He and Strength So She Could Do Her Work. Btowah, Tenni "About i ago," Writes Mrs. Lllli,, ChrdsB place, "i first took Cardial, i)r , i was Buiienng with Ulot ana .... rarnea over lo suffered groat pain in p, ration. ne 8ide, J W tkltau. and hack. For 1 or 2 yearn the had- been Iroesukr ami r-ume i every weekg, and I suffor,.(I zj pain. Would cramp so I ,,,,, J up and do my work. Bemeamn a . . . . would last 4 or .", days fat much, winch seemed to i m,. too lo suffer and dOWl When I V I n li 1 tak ry much. I the lad mil FLOUR PRICES CONTINUE TO BREAK HIGH RECORDS Inst i days, tlrely Mi ll mly and the lUfferln relieved. health had got r 1 onkl w a f,,r 4 or I fta '"" "'rough li), '"' , Ss and nat mcthlng iik, , would l.cw. rardiii would laiilil iB, m . ioiiiinrl aeiri.L t iaiid Minneapolis, iet. 2t. Flmir prices continued to rise today. Fancy paff ruts were quoted by local millers at 19.70 a barrel, an Ihcreaae of i"' cents over yesterday's prlcee, Flrai clears j i old at 18.20, an imirasc of SO cents barrel up me l Portland, Ore., Oct. 21. The whole- prlt B or I lour was ativunucu w nor bnrrel here today. Patent led .il .v., y.'L for I In norlheasT. si i ciikI 11 and keep bed, so could do my w me to even sweep my i began it. bul not go I i most of my wink, ami I any mine, pad no more Cardul, the woman's I proven its efficacy in the womanly trouble) i... .1,, ""iin m '""r when l OUld do H, dldlfl .suffer ramps," luiiir, 1 I r eat mew Try It new hi:;h lee Health llcporl of Washington, Ool poii showing tin- Mexican iHiik i ictober day by the " I lot lcr let, ,M.r The ponditlan of border tor Hi ii.-inh. . health soidiera Proldb'i Charlec supreme elded tha Hun urn Mini I I ' no polilical p. comprehended ror Ihe s the p leaths war department, i he d national guard troops six deal lis for I he u i ek, with l,9l and three preceding week. A mong p i nl sick was 1,09 ami Lgalnai S.23 and five Vlrtiak ct 21,-Tli. tods e tS orgjisha, witnin ib ' a CUM Iji eral elrrlit, ai tins t pruhlbttoi 'UKilliu lul. Ilalin Coal o., phone in i coal ami umul. Hi far tlit her own hands, and often for days carried a tWelVO-fOOl spraying rod, fighting ihe thousand and one peats whpb bealdge the apple from Its In fancy, She helped tO haul and spread straw beneath the trees, no the apples shak en off by the summer storms would not he too bruised to market, Through the hitiiiK frosts and cold of February and March, through the rain Of April, and Hi" heal of Bummer; through the; diseases thai spot the apple! on thp treea In the tall, and the gathering ami packing of the winter apples In November and the repacking in De cember for cold storage, monih after! month and year after year, she WOgl 'I the desperate finht, ami she waged 11 ; ; practically alone. Hill II wan n Winning fitlit. Sim I paid off I be last Of I he debts last , Summer nnd shipped over fifteen oar- loads of apples from her I2."i acres of; I orchard. Germane should turn, nay, arc turn-1 Ing, according to Tr Relnke7 it s Thor, the koiI with the mighty ham-; mer. II is Tho who has been di recting the grew German hammer strokes in the preeenl war, and li is; Thor n hammer that i going to wield the groal final blow thai will pulver ise Germany's energies to iiust Thor then, It is, we take t, whom the kaleei refers to when he speaks of ''Ger mans 's good old lod." Notes of Interest From State Museum aecciAL conaaspo Santa Pe, Hi taken seventh ami five more n IOINCI TO MORNING JOURNAL) t, 24. Santa IV ha.- place from St. Leoula min i's u ill lake nixl li , the scale of i Ivili.alion. They mav of the unaeattag of :eguuirly elected! be helped and started along the way, repreoentatlvta from Bernalillo, Sler but savage imditions and funalhni superstitions ran not h overoome in a generation, Thai the Iforoa oan not bo "eivll- ir.i il with a Kium" we know. KindneHH ami helpfulness hum do potter, hut it In a lotiK and painful toad al th" best. rn ami tfnlon eountiea in order i" h-. eurs two-thlrda in the lower house, Willi the will of the pi ople, iih nx- preseed at the ballot imx, thus raped. the next thing In Order wiim lo lake tin- traveling auditor's office from the control of the chief executive of the hi li I e Invent IuiiHoiih had been loo Neareblug and Impartial. Cuieless or crooked county officers had been ex posed mercilessly, ami unbualneaa-like u.ih of handling public monies had been corrected. Prom all of this Ihe Ihihhch were .ii lermlned upon dellveranoe, ami they not ii by URserupulously unseating men legally elpclcd lo the leg isla I u i c In Ihe face of this record, do the people of NYw Moxloo propeaa to re turn Ihe old gang lo putter? If we are nol lo push the hati'ln New Mexico's clock back a decade, in Imperative 'tint tin- republicans who want goo,i government this yeai vote iin- democratic Uoket, There is no danger of a democratic machine. The democrat oould not organiag a ma- i h I lie if th.v Wished, There In not In thru Organisation enough eotim IVeneOS to make sin li thing possible. Ill Hiat part) al this Inn,. the hope Of good government la New Mexico. itui ib,. fight is nut w,,n. There Is inn.' to win ii between no and ilay When the ballots ale to be 008) So far abOUl all the Hulk don,, his been by Hie democratic state chairman in- rim not do it all alum. He niiuri have help voluntary help or not i candi date on the democratic state tick! will he elected. M UtltlKI). I 'hi oniric. ) im.. comes a felicity which Mr. Hughes says America needs ft Lincoln. The nea real approach t" Lincoln, possible In Ibis campaign, would in. the re-election of Wfowdfow Wilson. art disease is on wonder with the foi living al the Phyelcian say hi Ihe Increase, No J urn pa in tin- hills ml of each month. The battng In Nee fork is row f n tai ii i even thai Wilson win continue It to write Hie Thanksgiving procUm- tlons for the in xl four rais. The Teutons seem to he taking spe- i lai delight in ii king ihe Rumanian log around. MM IIM'I'IIA I San Francisco Prom Moahannon, story of domestic hlioiild offsel a score of the sordid tab s of the divorce courts which th i papers are compelled to chronicle. Mr. land Mrs .1 T. Lucas their nanus ib - ' serve far mm, publicity than that which Is given to the average poll-j t tlclan havi been married SO years, during the whole of which tlma not so much as n solitary CUSS word has i n sard between them. And thtear I journey was not always along a path of roses There were haul times dur ing which they both had to pul their hands to the plow: father served tot? four years In the civil war and thy bud eleven children. The Lucas couple simply hived inch! other ami had the priceless blessing! of Common nense III their relalion Thell motto, ami it pulled them j through half i century, eras, ''Lei each do his best and refrain from: fault 'finding." ! It h a simple philosophy. 1ml N I there a better, or a more workable one.1 Ami the point of tins article Is that there air many hundreds Of thousands of couples who live up to It. There Is much more domestic ' happiness In the world than Is Imag ined bv those who Judge only by the I failures which are near!) always giv en prominence. But, then, the hap pily married have their own reward, ami ask for im advertisement, l I I! 'II I III I II I II-. das Is van wonderful. u hen my lov t Is m ar, Then 1 care nnl tor the critic world, i if life or dm ih i have no fear, My love is the low, green valleys, With bills lolling down: Kudiirii glimpses of fresh lakes, An the sun is .lusi going down; , a ml opals, I he gold, date COlOr overt ast, r soul. mrling fields of wheal. Stiff ShoCkS of yellow Mj The soft plnki Willi dark Ravish m corn, The fair, White water Illy i Sailboats starling from 11 Slim launches I railing wale Like toll t ea I In i s of a. pi Canoes on the lake's deep Gracefully darting wator ,i v heart loves too. gri t, c dock far acock, blue, I nils, The Kimffe no noise. IP emblem of a has mi voice and mgJCOOl never would do as an political party. With Scisftorn and Paste And when i leave Hie countryside, Hark swiftly I ride, win ii the city's sparkling lights Air flung high and wide. An I turn home, in an enchanted world, i an t alone, for snug 111 lily room , 1 slip Into lull: iii dreams very soon. Lovers act their part, Again come scenes "f die With I In- io i ps of nriy has r( Prances E5. ' I day, n duel'. place from Baltimore in the Archaeo logical In.-tituie of America. The memberships received today, swelling the total lo Hi2, arc: Mr. ami Mr, Frank Owen, A. M. Bergere, .Miss iV. Grace Bowman and Mrs. l. f Jones, F. A. Wadlelgh lias mailed the museum artistic reproductions of the i gold medal and diploma a warded the Denver 4 Km Grande railroad' lor its . i x 1 1 1 1 ,1 1 -,t the Panama-Pacific Inter j national exposition. I Aahley pond ami Roy D. Chapln and party returned yesterday from the cliff dwellings section, They spenl j three days excavating at the Tohregu I conununitj bouse, miles west of Santa Fo, and look out .sonic unique pieces jot pottery. Mr, Chapln is president i of ihe Hudson Motor company at De troll and is one of Ihe owner's of the Ramon Vigil grant i -Mrs. James Robert Poster, a recent i visitor or iin- museum, bas.Just pub- Hshed "Wild Apples," ,k Of I pin ins. The Los Angeles Sunday magazine j gives two pages to the HldalgOS 01 ! America, many of whose principal of - fleers arc Santa Peans ami those con nected with the School of American Archaeology, 1 harlea P, Clover's book on New : Mexic, translated into Dutoh under i the following title, "Nleuw Mexico. ZUne hulpbronnen; behoefte oan eene spoorwegverbindlng met the Staaten i aan dm Atlantic en Pacific; en ! groote toekomat." im i in ! dam in 1871, is advertised by the j Tori h press list of Americana, ' Notice or the annual meeting of the o o 0 0 o o 0 o o o o o 0 i o 0 o o o , S o o : O I : o o 8 i o I o l o o o o o II o ! o o : o ! O 1 o I o ! 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Clinics held In manj hospitals today, attended by hundreds Of members of the clinical congress of surgeons of North Amer ica, in session hero, were arguments Smash the Hubbell-Gillenwater Machine UiM i n H I TO HAVE I hum T'lmufudiiK the American Idea of an Inlernulii'lial league for pr.-sr i al mil of peace, Vlneount Hrey, the Uriimh minister for foreign affairs, said of Ihe neutral nations: "V.. must nsk them: Are you pre pared to play up Whew Hie lime i nines" If Hue h a league should Im formed everything would depend up on whether every nation was so pOT niealej with Hs spirit Hint It would be ready, even if lis Interests ere re not vitally affected, tO uphold Ihelra 'ii' Sjteal by foree." , Here Is Ihe CfUl of the whole in it" ter. There ran be no league for Hie i riforcemi nt of peace, worth Ihe I'll' i' of the paper upon which the leaRtic agreement im drawn, unless it has Ihe power bark of it to coerce any na tion adjudged lo be ill Hie .Wong. oi or im 1 1 1 s ohi ii UU, t Amerii an lianaaine Mis p, tl. McKvO) Is II years old. sin- owns ami personally manages ev ery detail of work on an apple or i hard of lit acres, It is situated at New Burnaide in the famous trull bell ' was ol Illinois, down in "Egypt." Wb her husband! died, ten I'ears ago, he b ft her fortj acres of bearing apple orchard, ami a mortgage which waa about lo come to a head Never he lm,, had she wrestled with finances except those of the bonne and garden variety, and ail her work had been bathing the dlaheo, turning tne rag carpet ever) other spring, and mas aging the milk from one cow twice per Hit mi. Then ihe creditors eiiine, and were 1 revolted upon lo give her two yearn' turn- to pa off the indebtedness And night and day for five years she toll ed in ihe fields. Night and day Is literal in earl) spring, for weeks at a Ktli till, sh,. slaved QUI ill the tnlds all night long, burning hruxh SHSS to protect with ihe H.irm pail of smoke. H e bradei bun-, and hlesjaossi from the i onl DJ alter day she waded IhrOIUfh wi" knee deep, bull. ling fires to k.ep her hands warm as she wrapped tin- outig tie.-, with corn stalks so th - rabbi Ifl could not nibble Ihe bark ofl them and kill Hum. When the ap raying s no eon came she mixed and ct'eki j the i-cm us with CAN ti iv Hi I Mil T in II. i Springfield Republican.) The Rnarltah bishops who granted permission to women to conduct ser vices In Ihe ruining national mission have aeon to withdraw their per mission because of the unfortunate ii ii it acrimonious controversy which their attitude provoked, i in th hand there was a parly wliuh feared that if this concession were made, women would try to enter ihe priest hood, and mi the oilier, a parly which bcni upon capturing new giotind M i 1111 WIHIll'll. ."l l 'l I l OI I. II' HIH I T....-I aiilinalcil bv a Wholly religious motive. It Is probable that women will have a share In the work of the mission, bill they will not be allowed to do anything which might be construed as "preaching " - responsible I'm- more Is 1 be life led by poor j Ich nre more subject i stomach than others, thai high llvlnj operations ths persons. The to cancer of 1 1 it was stated. Dr. M 10 Ftohfusa, during a olll at one of the hospitals, dcmotisliat Some of tin- theories held genera that cancer may result from too mu rolein, the one mnl some i n Spei lalists strattng on the poor wo rich, were il chief clement in nit Il funds. at oilier clinics, dnn tai organ:', suggested i iid be healthier than not for tuberculosis, i-$sr$s$Jsti .-sS5s$-Js5-S-Js$-J- OPEN NOSTRILS! END A COLD OR CATARRH i 1(1.1 I HIM I Is TO Tlldi:. t Rochester Herald.) Ever) now an, then Kaiser William makes a speech In which he refers to "Germany's good obi Qod" who has done SO much for Ins people. S still doing so much, and who will con tinue to do no much. We have al ways been in doubt, until recently, t whom he was referring, but Dr. Itelnke, a member of the Prussian tip per bouse, has resoLed our doubts. Writing recently to one of the Ber- tin newspapers. Pr, Retake says: "The Hod of Christians In the Hod of love, of faithfulness, of Justice and of mer ry We ale to serve him in spirit ami in truth. His Service does not, how ever, preclude us Hermann from min ing also lo Ihe -;o,s ,if Teutonic fore 1'atlii is " And who Is the to, I to Whom the How To Gl Relief When Head und Nose arc Stuffed I'p. Count fifty! Your cold In head or catarrh disappears. Your clogged nos trils will open, (he air passages of your head "111 char and you can breathe freely. No mote snuffling, hawking, naucoug ltacfiargi . dryness or headache; no struggling for breath at night. Qol a small bottle of Ely's Cream Halm from your druggist and apply a little of this fragrant antiseptic cream in your nostrils, it penetrates through rvi iv air passage of the head, SOOthing and healing Ihe swollen or inflamed mucous membrane, giving )ou instant relief. Head colds and catarrh yield like masrtn Don't stay Stuff ed-Up and miserable. Relief Is sure. . saiElilBBSHe , . amu "t-nu icniNoDN i-LULK. niLLo tu. k IH HUTCHINSON, KAMS- W !!Bel SB HH f wBm I fx jBb Y,r t p cnu u BbBB Made From Selected Kansas Hard Wheat. Every Process of Manu facture Vigilantly Guarded. Wholesome Quality Consistently Maintained.